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Columbia Asia Hospital Whitefield provides BLS training for 45 policemen

Bangalore 20 June 2018: Columbia Asia Hospital Whitefield initiated a ‘Basic Life Support Training’ for 45 the policemen from 7 different police stations. The training was held at the hospital by Dr. Pradeep, he focused on training the policemen, and they also got an opportunity to enact the procedures. These training sessions will help the policemen to timely intervene and first aid the victims. 

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During those times, Basic Life Support Training is a very important lesson which comes to a good use. These are some of the essential alert signs in times of danger where one can enable response, seek help, observe signs and act appropriately. It’s very important for everyone to undergo this training which comes to use in tackling situations like cardiac arrest, choking, drowning and many more such situation which requires immediate attention.

“BLS training is very essential these days, amongst all the traffic odds to reach the hospital if one knows BLS then it could help in saving a life. Treatment on the spot is more precious than anything else. This would be very beneficial for the policemen’s has they witness many such cases during their tenure and such trainings will be an add-on to their skills” says Dr. Pradeep N, Consultant Emergency Medicine, Columbia Asia Hospital Whitefield

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